I purchased 'The Sequence' video and I really enjoy it. I feel this video is helping to fill in the spaces in my quest for owning a swing. The setup instruction alone has helped me to strike the ball more consistently. Great stuff, as all the Dirt videos have been.
On to the exercise video. Great stuff, I truly believe in exercising the motions you are trying to ingrain into the swing. The goal is to do the exercises over and over until the swing just reveals itself without having to think mechanics. There are A LOT of little exercises in this video - I don't know the exact number, but I think it is around 50. While I think each exercise is valuable, I am trying to boil the exercises down to the essential pieces. I get to play golf once a week if I am lucky. Time is tight with work, family and a special needs son. I cannot possibly do all the exercises on a day to day basis, but I would like to take a half an hour, 4 to 5 times a week and do the exercises.
I started to document each exercise for myself, but found the process rather tedious. I am not sure how best to create this document. To my fellow Dirters who have gotten the video: I would like to hear which exercises you feel are essential. Which ones are less important, if any. Maybe it's about concentrating on the parts of the sequence that give us the most trouble. I certainly don't want to skip any drills that might help to reveal something larger in the swing. I am just hoping some of us busy people could help each other out here.
I did not see a drill that exercises the twirl as Martin teaches it. I think the roll up in the Most Powerful Move is one of the factors that differentiates Martin's teachings from that of others. However, I should not attempt to speak for Martin.
I believe Martin has an online program that can be purchased. Maybe he will kindly chime in and let us know the best way to learn more about his methods.